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Quagmire (OP)

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Is NASA really working on "warp drive" propulsion?
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There are some nuclear and ion propulsion technologies in the works. Right now rocket propulsion is still the only way to get into space, though.
 Quoting: Quagmire


What about this?

[link to techland.time.com]

???
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That depends if space itself can be bent faster than the speed of light, in my humbly slightly educated guess.
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Your an EE? I have a microcontroller im trying to connect to my motorcycle battery. I have a voltage regulator to drop down the voltage from 14 to 5 but it fried my MC the other day. What do i need in line to protect it from voltage spikes and noise?
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Smells like a test rather than a legit question, but whatevs. I'd start with capacitors and transorbs and go from there.
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no test, im a programmer and dont know much about circuits. but i added an rfid reader to my bike and took away the key. So now when i sit on the bike(with RFID tag in my pocket) it will activate and allow me to start it. It worked great for about a week then it fried. I think there is alot of noise and spikes that fried my regulator. I figured it needed a diode or something but i dont know for sure. Ill google transorbs and see if i that will work for me. Thanks!
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No probs. You could probably learn way more from this google search than I could throw at you.

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really dude? really?
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When will NASA ever fire James Hansen for cheating to push global warming scam on us?

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Who? Yeah, I don't believe in man made global warming, either.
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I guess that's a no. Let's try this. Why is NASA's web site designed in a way that searching for particular info, or video.ie. live video, that it causes frustration? Is this buy design? Or just poor web management?
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Smells like a test rather than a legit question, but whatevs. I'd start with capacitors and transorbs and go from there.
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no test, im a programmer and dont know much about circuits. but i added an rfid reader to my bike and took away the key. So now when i sit on the bike(with RFID tag in my pocket) it will activate and allow me to start it. It worked great for about a week then it fried. I think there is alot of noise and spikes that fried my regulator. I figured it needed a diode or something but i dont know for sure. Ill google transorbs and see if i that will work for me. Thanks!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 554016


No probs. You could probably learn way more from this google search than I could throw at you.

[link to www.google.com (secure)]
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really dude? really?
 Quoting: Oyster


Why not? There are tons of circuit protection techniques, plenty I've never used I'm sure. Transorbs, diodes, capacitors, and inductors are what I've used. Unless he gives me a schematic and I spend a couple of hours interfacing with him, the only things I can suggest are very generalized. A google search should get him going in the right direction.
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Is there a link to access all of NASA's mission footage?
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[link to www.spacecraftfilms.com]
That's the most convenient way to get it. NASA has not digitized most of their older stuff themselves, but if there's something specific you want, contact the public affairs office of the relevant center (KSC, for example) and tell them you've got a science blog and you're doing an entry on such and such and ask for whatever it is you want. I've found them to be very helpful, even when whatever it is hasn't been digitized yet. They've been making a deliberate effort to help bloggers/twitters (twits?)/web 2.0'ers lately (hence all the tweet-up events).
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I guess that's a no. Let's try this. Why is NASA's web site designed in a way that searching for particular info, or video.ie. live video, that it causes frustration? Is this buy design? Or just poor web management?
 Quoting: NervousAndJerky


Idk but I hate the main site as well. Not a big fan of NASA's use of the web so far.
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At 0:14 Mark. Do you think were 'crosing over'? (Discard everything else)


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:Agreed: Thoughts.
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At 0:14 Mark. Do you think were 'crosing over'? (Discard everything else)


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Agreed Thoughts.
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No, we're not. Below is from this website, so believe it or not.

[link to www.nasa.gov]

In fact, astronomy cannot pinpoint such a "galactic alignment" to within a year, much less a day. The alignment depends on the rather arbitrary modern definition of the galactic equator, and/or the visual appearance of the Milky Way. There is no precise definition of the Milky Way's edges -- they are very vague and depend on the clarity of your view. (Jenkins says that he personally established the Milky Way’s edges by viewing it from 11,000 feet, far above anywhere the Maya lived.) So to give a precise visual position for its centerline is not meaningful.

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What cell phone do you have?
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An iPhone.
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Not high on the security clearance pole if that's really the case. Unless you are the typical NASA bullshitter...lol.
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At 0:14 Mark. Do you think were 'crosing over'? (Discard everything else)


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Agreed Thoughts.
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No, we're not. Below is from this website, so believe it or not.

[link to www.nasa.gov]

In fact, astronomy cannot pinpoint such a "galactic alignment" to within a year, much less a day. The alignment depends on the rather arbitrary modern definition of the galactic equator, and/or the visual appearance of the Milky Way. There is no precise definition of the Milky Way's edges -- they are very vague and depend on the clarity of your view. (Jenkins says that he personally established the Milky Way’s edges by viewing it from 11,000 feet, far above anywhere the Maya lived.) So to give a precise visual position for its centerline is not meaningful.
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You're ignoring the fact that all of these measurements were passed onto us by the Annunaki! :-P

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Is NASA really working on "warp drive" propulsion?
 Quoting: LadyJayne


There are some nuclear and ion propulsion technologies in the works. Right now rocket propulsion is still the only way to get into space, though.
 Quoting: Quagmire


What about this?

[link to techland.time.com]

???
 Quoting: LadyJayne


That is an exciting proposal, but it still requires "exotic matter" which may not even exist, and even if it does, it may end up vaporizing the solar system you arrive at...
[link to www.extremetech.com]
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What cell phone do you have?
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An iPhone.
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Not high on the security clearance pole if that's really the case. Unless you are the typical NASA bullshitter...lol.
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Actually that was going to be my next question.... do you take your smart phone to work?
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What cell phone do you have?
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An iPhone.
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Not high on the security clearance pole if that's really the case. Unless you are the typical NASA bullshitter...lol.
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Nothing wrong with an iPhone for security. Many folks I work with have smartphones. But no, I don't have a high security clearance.
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What cell phone do you have?
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An iPhone.
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Not high on the security clearance pole if that's really the case. Unless you are the typical NASA bullshitter...lol.
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Actually that was going to be my next question.... do you take your smart phone to work?
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Yup. Many folks with androids and iPhones now.
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You're ignoring the fact that all of these measurements were passed onto us by the Annunaki! :-P

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rofl
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Is there a link to access all of NASA's mission footage?
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[link to www.spacecraftfilms.com]
That's the most convenient way to get it. NASA has not digitized most of their older stuff themselves, but if there's something specific you want, contact the public affairs office of the relevant center (KSC, for example) and tell them you've got a science blog and you're doing an entry on such and such and ask for whatever it is you want. I've found them to be very helpful, even when whatever it is hasn't been digitized yet. They've been making a deliberate effort to help bloggers/twitters (twits?)/web 2.0'ers lately (hence all the tweet-up events).
 Quoting: Dr. Astro


Thankyou Astro, Allways the man to go too in such matters. Shame there's not a free archive, concidering it was the tax payers money that payed for the material..
Anyhow, thanks again. And buy all means keep the good info coming. A fan!

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What cell phone do you have?
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An iPhone.
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Not high on the security clearance pole if that's really the case. Unless you are the typical NASA bullshitter...lol.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 5141990


Nothing wrong with an iPhone for security. Many folks I work with have smartphones. But no, I don't have a high security clearance.
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Yeah nothing wrong with it all so long as it does not take pics...
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OK UMM IS NIBIRU REALLY OUT THERE?
It is better to let the world go out of control so they can see their own fate just as I did 20 years ago
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An iPhone.
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Not high on the security clearance pole if that's really the case. Unless you are the typical NASA bullshitter...lol.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 5141990


Nothing wrong with an iPhone for security. Many folks I work with have smartphones. But no, I don't have a high security clearance.
 Quoting: Quagmire


Yeah nothing wrong with it all so long as it does not take pics...
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 5141990


Or record voice, or connect via usb... or learn 'on the go' like Furbies.

Yeah, I remember the day the memo came out telling us all that if we had a Furbie we couldn't bring it in.
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I guess that's a no. Let's try this. Why is NASA's web site designed in a way that searching for particular info, or video.ie. live video, that it causes frustration? Is this buy design? Or just poor web management?
 Quoting: NervousAndJerky


Idk but I hate the main site as well. Not a big fan of NASA's use of the web so far.
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Thankyou for the responce. Perhaps a note in the "Suggestion Box". Does NASA have one of those?
Astromut helped me out with my previous question, but I take this opportinity to pose it again to you. Is there a link to access all of the mission video and film?
Astromut's site is a pay to view, I'm hopwing for a .gov site.

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Is NASA really working on "warp drive" propulsion?
 Quoting: LadyJayne


There are some nuclear and ion propulsion technologies in the works. Right now rocket propulsion is still the only way to get into space, though.
 Quoting: Quagmire


What about this?

[link to techland.time.com]

???
 Quoting: LadyJayne


That is an exciting proposal, but it still requires "exotic matter" which may not even exist, and even if it does, it may end up vaporizing the solar system you arrive at...
[link to www.extremetech.com]
 Quoting: Dr. Astro


WOW. Thank-you. And again, WOW.
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when will NASA be announcing they are a Satanic organization. and when will NASA admit that it wants to farm negative polarity conducting material from asteroids.
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An iPhone.
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Not high on the security clearance pole if that's really the case. Unless you are the typical NASA bullshitter...lol.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 5141990


Nothing wrong with an iPhone for security. Many folks I work with have smartphones. But no, I don't have a high security clearance.
 Quoting: Quagmire


Yeah nothing wrong with it all so long as it does not take pics...
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 5141990


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An iPhone.
 Quoting: Quagmire


Not high on the security clearance pole if that's really the case. Unless you are the typical NASA bullshitter...lol.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 5141990


Nothing wrong with an iPhone for security. Many folks I work with have smartphones. But no, I don't have a high security clearance.
 Quoting: Quagmire


Yeah nothing wrong with it all so long as it does not take pics...
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 5141990


Even if it did on its own or was remotely hacked or some shit, it would see cubicles and old buildings and low clearance crap. No concerns where I work regarding pics being taken of stuff.
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Is there a link to access all of NASA's mission footage?
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[link to www.spacecraftfilms.com]
That's the most convenient way to get it. NASA has not digitized most of their older stuff themselves, but if there's something specific you want, contact the public affairs office of the relevant center (KSC, for example) and tell them you've got a science blog and you're doing an entry on such and such and ask for whatever it is you want. I've found them to be very helpful, even when whatever it is hasn't been digitized yet. They've been making a deliberate effort to help bloggers/twitters (twits?)/web 2.0'ers lately (hence all the tweet-up events).
 Quoting: Dr. Astro


Thankyou Astro, Allways the man to go too in such matters. Shame there's not a free archive, concidering it was the tax payers money that payed for the material..
Anyhow, thanks again. And buy all means keep the good info coming. A fan!
 Quoting: NervousAndJerky


Technically the footage from spacecraft films is free to taxpayers... in its original form, which is often not digital or useful to most people. Spacecraft films did the hard work of converting the various old films, tapes, etc to a digital format, burned them onto DVDs, and that is what you're really paying for; the conversion and organization of the footage itself. It's enough of a pain in the ass that even major networks get their footage from him rather than doing that work themselves.
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OK UMM IS NIBIRU REALLY OUT THERE?
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No proof yet that it is.
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OK UMM IS NIBIRU REALLY OUT THERE?
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No proof yet that it is.
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Hehehehe. Nice answer :-P
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when will NASA be announcing they are a Satanic organization. and when will NASA admit that it wants to farm negative polarity conducting material from asteroids.
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Probably never.
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OK UMM IS NIBIRU REALLY OUT THERE?
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No proof yet that it is.
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Hehehehe. Nice answer :-P
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Can't prove a negative. cool2
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OK UMM IS NIBIRU REALLY OUT THERE?
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No proof yet that it is.
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What about this???

[link to www.youtube.com]
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